A Time to Reap, YouTube

A Time to Read…

The pun in the title is on purpose. I’m not slacking at proofreading just yet. I was able to sit down with L.R.W. Lee and participate in her YouTube channel, Book Nerd Paradise. She has new and experienced authors alike give a brief synopsis of our book, tell one of our favorite quotes and pose a trivia question.

Did I also mention I read a portion of my book, A Time to Reap?

Did I also mention I’m giving away two free copies of said book? Just for commenting on the video, you can have a chance at winning!

I spent the past few months combing back through and perfecting the first and second books in the series. It wasn’t because I didn’t love the original, I just wasn’t satisfied with a lot of the open ended portions and inconsistencies I had in my own brain. So, it’s back and better than before! If you have a Kindle copy and haven’t tried it out yet, please go update and I hope to hear from you!

Journey of 1000 Miles

Post a Quote Challenge (Day 1)

Hello Everyone,

I’m sure a lot of you have been seeing the Post A Quote Challenge. Thankfully, people like me enough to nominate me for things like this. I want to thank both Kate M. Colby & Zach Chopchinski for nominating me! 

Here are the rules in said challenge:

* Post one quotation a day for three days (they can be from other sources or one of your own).

* Nominate 3 other bloggers to participate per post.

* Thank the blogger who nominated you.

So, now we come down to it, first day selection. I decided to take it back old school and simultaneously simplistic. Something heartfelt that speaks to everyone. So who could do it better than good old Theodor Geisel aka Dr. Seuss.


This not only speaks to me as an author, but as a father, a husband, a friend and just a human being. We should never be so afraid of our own voices to not let them be heard. It doesn’t always mean we’re right, but it proves we’re alive and thinking on our own.

Now, my first batch of nominees (feel free to participate or not, I’m picking on those that I don’t know that well today):

Millie Ho

April L. Wood

Katy Upperman